“Situation in Ukraine test of strength for Hungary diplomacy”

The current situation in Ukraine is a test of strength for Hungarian diplomacy, as it is “entering unknown territory” in connection with promoting the interests of ethnic Hungarians, the head of parliament’s foreign affairs committee said in Synevyrs’ka Poliana (Felsoszinever), in western Ukraine, on Friday. Continue reading ““Situation in Ukraine test of strength for Hungary diplomacy””

“Completely unacceptable” – Szijjarto to Tudose

Hungary has always wanted a relationship with Romania based on mutual respect, for the sake of the Hungarian community which lives there, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto told Hungarian public news channel M1 on Monday morning. The parliament’s foreign affairs committee discusses Mihai Tudose’s remark tomorrow. Continue reading ““Completely unacceptable” – Szijjarto to Tudose”

Nemeth: Bavaria and Hungary approach the issue of migration in similar ways

Prime Minister Viktor Orban attended the first part of a meeting between a delegation of Bavarian parliament’s European affairs committee and Hungarian parliament’s foreign affairs committee on Monday which focused on migration, the future of the European Union and bilateral ties. Continue reading “Nemeth: Bavaria and Hungary approach the issue of migration in similar ways”